The New Danger Kids
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"Mammoth Cave Fest"

Thankfully, the noise-rock was interrupted by the wonderful sounds of the New Danger Kids, who brought back great guitar melodies into the mix. Very jagged, dreamy pop sounds out of three guitars, bass and drums. Apparently just having returned from a tour of Europe, they were very well put together and looked very much at ease on stage. Twin sisters Brittany and Kirsten write the material and it sounds great. They'll also be at Sled Island Festival this summer, so look for them to make a big impact there - Tyler J Stewart - what happen last night


- "Alice Cooper" is featured on the Sled Island 2009 Compilation CD

- The New Danger Kids EP (Remastered) 2009

- The New Danger Kids EP 2008:



"We've been rocking together ever since we were but wee babies sharing our mother's womb. From there we've made it our personal mission to dominate the world"

Well, we grew up in Lethbridge Alberta and the two of us have played in many bands together including our first riot grrrrl band High Voltage and the Danger Kids which took Lethbridge by storm. After that it was the Things Gametes and then after we moved to Edinburgh in January of 2008 we changed our name to The New Danger Kids and recruited a bass player and drummer and recorded our self titled ep. We played numerous shows there and we were quite well recieved and developed a small following of dedicated Edinburgers. Kirsten and I then traveled to Australia for 3 months and played a few shows there in Tasmaina with just the two of us. We have played with several members over the years but the core of the band has always been my sister Kirsten who writes the lyrics and plays guitar and myself who plays lead guitar. We have been influenced by band such as sleater-kinney, sonic youth, electrelane, bikini kill, and pavement to name a few but the list of influences is exhaustive. As far as what sets us apart from other bands, well we're two twin sisters with awesome hair and attitudes to match. We've always been distinctive from the southern alberta main stream. In a music industry dominated by males we stand apart as we are both strong willed women and we love to rock! (and we usually look pretty good doing it too)

fuck yeah!!!
It's June 2009
Now three stumbling cretins joined the party to march the albertans DirtyDirty South on a venture to conquer catatonic theme's and peeps of Dethbridge, grab yr shit, time to dance!